Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer ($20.00 for 0.50 fl. oz.) is described as a “silver with an edge faceted by multi-shimmer hues.” It’s a darkened, charcoal gray shot through with silver shimmer and lots of it. It was opaque after two coats, and the consistency was not too thick or too thin (but thinner compared to the average polish by the brand). The formula applied fairly well and had minimal noticeable brush strokes as it self-leveled nicely. MAC Grey Friday is the only shade I have that is remotely similar, but it is more of a blackened gray with silver shimmer, but not metallic shimmer. See comparison swatches.

Fashion Polish Nail Lacquer ($20.00 for 0.50 fl. oz.) is described as a “black base with gold and red glitters.” It’s a medium-dark black with a brownish edge and pinky-red and gold micro-glitter. There also seemed to be some green micro-glitters in the mix. This shade definitely needs a thicker top coat, because the micro-glitter makes the surface quite bumpy as the black base is actually quite thin. Three coats would probably be better, too, for really dense, inky color, though two coats made it opaque. Illamasqua Creator has silver glitter. Dior Diva has shimmer instead of glitter but is surprisingly similar–it isn’t as densely-packed with shimmer/glitter, though. Color Club Show Time has silver shimmer. See comparison swatches.

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An Accidental Interloper

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The formula applied fairly well and had minimal noticeable brush strokes as it self-leveled nicely.

Product

9/10

Pigmentation

10/10

Texture

9/10

Longevity

10/10

Application

4.5/5

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Fashion Polish

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This shade definitely needs a thicker top coat, because the micro-glitter makes the surface quite bumpy as the black base is actually quite thin. Three coats would probably be better, too, for really dense, inky color, though two coats made it opaque.

Product

9/10

Pigmentation

10/10

Texture

8.5/10

Longevity

10/10

Application

4.5/5

Results
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Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge Fashion Polish Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge Fashion Polish Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge Fashion Polish Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge Fashion Polish Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge Fashion Polish Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge Fashion Polish Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge Fashion Polish Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge Fashion Polish Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge Fashion Polish Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge Fashion Polish Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge Fashion Polish Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge Fashion Polish Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge Fashion Polish Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge Fashion Polish Nail Lacquer

Rescue Beauty Lounge Fashion Polish Nail Lacquer
Rescue Beauty Lounge Fashion Polish Nail Lacquer

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12 thoughts on “Rescue Beauty Lounge An Accidental Interloper & Fashion Polish Nail Lacquers Reviews, Photos, Swatches

  1. A Name

    Are Rescue Beauty Lounge polishes available anywhere in the UK? I basically want every one you review, but can’t find them anywhere. :(

  2. OMG the first one looks AMAZING on your nails!

  3. I love Fashion Polish in the bottle, but on I thought it was just okay.

  4. Fashion Polish looks amazing! It would make a great alternative for just plain black.

  5. xamyx

    Sinful Colors Secret Admirer is similar to the first one, althogh not an exact dupe (in fact, it may actually be closer to MAC Grey Friday). Still, at $2 a bottle, and more accessible to many, it may be worth a shot.

  6. Kristina

    ‘accidental interloper’ looks amazing with your ring set!! It really sets off the bling :D

  7. LL

    Storm by Zoya is a dupe for Fashion polish too! I don’t like textured nail polish. Glitters are fine but it should look smooth. Meh, I’ll pass on both.

  8. Both are very shades.. second one is wow.. Great dupe :)

  9. I think Fashion Polish would look a bit better if a glossy topcoat is applied. I have some polishes that have a similar effect without topcoat and I truly dislike it. They end up looking prettier in the bottle than on the nail. Strange that I need a topcoat for those when I adore texture polishes. lol ;)

  10. Christine, I really appreciate the unbiased way you show us polish without base or topcoat, so that we can get the best possible idea of what they are really like. However it is undeniable that some colours/formulas just look better without topcoat than others, which can lead to an unbalanced perception of the final look, and in some cases where one wouldn’t consider wearing the polish without topcoat it is significantly harder to imagine what the polish might look like when actually worn. I wonder whether you might consider, in those instances, putting topcoat on some nails, say the ring and little finger, so we can see what it would look like both with and without topcoat? I appreciate how much time it already takes to do everything you do, but hopefully adding a slick of quick-dry topcoat to a couple of nails on some occasions wouldn’t add too much extra time. Thank you for your swatches and reviews, anyway!